Tips on Writing a Good RFP for Outsourcing
INTRODUCTIONA poorly written request for proposal (RFP) is probably the greatest source of confusion and cause of problems between outsourcing enterprises (purchasers) and the outsourcers (vendors). It is not just that the enterprise has trouble putting what it wants into writing; rather, the enterprise often has little idea of what it wants or needs.Sometimes organizations are aware of their lack of clear vision, and think they know what they want, but the outsourcer, with much more experience...
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